Wednesday, December 17, 2008

In case. . .

In case you are having a semi-bad day and are looking for ways to cheer yourself up, don't try sticking a gallon of milk precariously in the fridge and forcing the door shut.
It won't make you more cheerful when you open the door to get a snack and the milk falls out, explodes, and splatters on everything. It really won't.
(In case you were wondering what the weakest point is in a gallon container of milk, it's that round circle in the side.)

9 comments:

Loralee and the gang... said...

I've had the same thing happen with a quart of yogurt. Fall out of the fridge, I mean. I don't think it was squished in. I just knocked it out when I was reaching for something else. What a klutz I am.
:D

Dustin and Alisha said...

I will avoid that, thanks. Do you happen to know where the weakest point on a container of Soy Milk would be?

Scott Little said...

I am not sure you have a large enough sample size to definitively declare that the weakest part of the milk container is the circle on the side. Could you do a few more trials (you know enough trials to have a statistically significant sample size) and get back to us? Thanks :)

Marly said...

I'm so happy to know this information. Thanks :)
sorry for you though.

Hollie said...

Funny, I always thought the weakest point was the seam line along the handle.

Katie said...

I love reading your posts. Thanks for the Christmas card.

Marcie said...

There is nothing like cleaning up a sticky milk mess off the kitchen floor to put you in a good mood. Sorry about your milk. Love your Christmas card.

Amber said...

I can't tell you how many fridge spills I've had since moving into our home. And it ALWAYS happened when I was having a bad day. :-)

Dan and Tori said...

You always make me laugh!